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Special Couple Shaker Booklet

Other Products: Heat Gun, Hot Glue, Sequins, Glitter, Glossy Accents, Score Board, Cutting Mat, ribbon, Spellbinder Die, Dimensional adhesive, scissors, heat tool, Distress inks, Ripe Persimmon, Picked Raspberry, Pine needle, Black Archival, Pine Needles

Instructions: For the base use medium weight chipboard. The final project measures 4"x 6". I inserted two magnets and two pieces of ribbon under the designer paper for a magnetic closure and a decorative ribbon closure. Cut chipboard and cover with the classic wedding coordinating paper from the paper collection. Stamp sentiment on cover using Lipstick Red ink.

For the inside use coordinating paper from the classic wedding collection and adhere the same. Use the HCD1-7144  Decorative Medallion Die and die cut several pieces (4--5) from a white cardstock. Adhere all the pieces together reserving one for the cover and place it on one side of the booklet. Only apply glue the the outside edges of medallions, this will serve as a pocket for the journalling or tags. On the other side keep the space for the photo.

Stamp the Classic Rose in Picked Raspberry ink, diecut and color using same ink as well as Ripe Persimmon. Stamp the Leaves in Pine needle, diecut and shape the leaves. The flowers and leaves are tied in a  bouquet with a net and some mesh for the cover. I Used a Spellbinder die to create a shaker space for over the sentiment. First diecut the green frames using spellbinders die (10-12 frames) and adhere together using dries clear glue creating one thick frame reserving one for the top. Then diecut on clear cardstock and a smaller dotted frame on white cardstock. 

Adhere thick over sentiment using dries clear glue and your glitter and sequins. Then adhere clear cardstock, reserved green frame and the white dotted frame. Arrange the medallion, mesh, flowers and leaves as desired. Use dries clear glue to adhere to booklet. Finally tie ribbon to create a completed look.



Created By: Piyanki Biswas